Nestled among rolling wheat fields and vineyards lies one of the fastest growing towns of the northern suburbs. In 1825 a group of farmers gave birth to the town when they built a church. Being essentially a watering station between Cape Town and the interior, the little village quickly grew into a bustling community.
The town has grown tremendously in the past 50 years and the atmosphere and 19th century architecture still enhance its thriving business environment. Easy access to Cape Town CBD and adjacent Boland towns makes it a popular destination for both business and leisure.